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states that occurred in the 18 eighties in which with d.b. wesson, one of the founding partners of smith & wesson heard a story that the smith & wesson revolver was used by a child, when the child of the revolver to injure somebody. d.b. wesson found that unacceptable, so he told his son, joe wesson to design a child proof gun and the gun you see on the screen is the gun that joe wesson designed. if you look where the red arrow is, that is what is called the grip safety with. it is on the rearmost part of the gun that would have to be depressed by this area of your hand. my physician friends have taught me that is the eminence of the hand which i at first felt would be a middle eastern ruler. [laughter] but what this what fleshey part but have to push down the middle lever in order for the trigger to be told, and what smith & wesson called and said in this marketing material went to the smithsonian institute and we found their marketing materials from the 18 eighties they said and this is a quote common no ordinary child under the age of eight can possibly discharge the gun. they thought
. unless you're depending on a d&b and lipetsk -- dmv employee to called a state whenever they get information, or whenever somebody brings in documents that and not look quite right, the your depending on the initiative of local organization, this and vulnerability exists. there are two systems that people have been working on for quite some time. the first one has to do with birth certificates, the electronic verification of the event. this did -- this is a digitalization of birth certificates. dhs give out money to pilot this you should be able to take a birth certificate you're given and people to verify the data base that this is a real purpose of the ticket. there are a lot of questions about that. even though other organizations are not&b -- dmv's necessarily using that. the other system is what is called the state to state. this is an area or dhs provided seed money for a consortium of states to work on that. the idea would be that somebody came in for a driver's license presenting an identity, a state would be able to confirm that that identity is not associated with a lic
and she's a.j. mccarran's birthday and on the right is d.b. bonner. you quarterbacks, you get all the good looking women. what a beautiful woman. >> wow. whoa. >> a.j.'s doing some things right. >> starting getting the football out and throw it around the backyard. >> those comments made a lot of people cringe and on tuesday espn apologized saying we always try to capture interesting story lines and the relationship between an auburn grad who is miss alabama and the quarterback has met the test. however the commentary understands that. on her party katharine webb says she was flattered and slightly embarrassed. >> she's on the cover of a lot of papers this morning. i agree. i think most women would be flattered that somebody would say yeah, yeah you look great. maybe he got a little too excited. she's very attractive. what chances are that we'll see her in the super bowl? >> i think she has a bright future ahead of her. i know that donald trump was talking about making her a judge, so that's going to be more. >> commercials to come no doubt. time to show y
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